Person    | Male  Born 13/3/1831  Died 1888

H. J. Paull

Categories: Architecture

H. J. Paull

Born Worcester as Henry John Paull. In partnership with Bickerdike 1873-7. His architect son Alan carried on his father's practice.

From Manchester Victorian Architects: "... He rarely remained in one place for more than a few years and entered into a succession of relatively short-lived partnerships....".

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H. J. Paull

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Christ Church - 1873

This foundation stone marks the beginning of the building works on the church...

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Carden, Godfrey and Macfadyen

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C. H. James

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Sylvia Blanc

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